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Nike Lunarglide+ are they any good?

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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
I tried these on in Sportsdirect today and thought they were very comfy and snug, but was put off slightly by the price of £79.99 . I have some questions what are these shoes like when running in, and do you think the price is worth it?? will rep for feedback Thanks :)
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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
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Go to a specialist running store for running shoes,you will get impartial advice and they can test your gait..much better than a chav store
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boothy
Go to a specialist running store for running shoes,you will get impartial advice and they can test your gait..much better than a chav store


I laughed:-D
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I buy Nike+ trainers as I have the tracking equipment but you can not beat a decent pair of Asics for running.
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magicjay1986
I buy Nike+ trainers as I have the tracking equipment but you can not beat a decent pair of Asics for running.


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I use the Nike+ as well,but bought a little footpod from ebay that hold the sensor onto my laces..works well
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boothy
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I use the Nike+ as well,but bought a little footpod from ebay that hold the sensor onto my laces..works well


I also purchased one. They work very well. Nike trainers are overpriced for what they are.
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As a runner, these shoes are brilliant. Light which is important, but offer both stability and cushioning without being spongy. They're superior in many ways and worth the money if you run and either have a neutral or mild-pronating gait.

Get to your local 5k Park Run ([url]www.parkrun.com[/url]) and Sweatshop will give you a £15 voucher and a free gait analysis - you'll pay £60 for the Lunarglide+. Alternatively, Sports direct have a blue & lime pair on their website in sizes 6, 7 and 8 for £40.

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